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Afghanistan, attacco talebani in distretto sud est: uccisi 5 poliziotti

Violato il cessate il fuoco dichiarato dal presidente Ashraf Ghani
fonte: AGV - Agenzia Giornalistica il Velino/Sputnik
di Velino International

Cinque poliziotti afghani sono stati uccisi in un attacco coordinato dai talebani nella provincia di Ghazni a sude est del Paese il primo giorno del cessate il fuoco tra le forze governative e i miliziani stabilito dalle autorità locali. La tregua di nove giorni in concomitanza con la fine del mese di Ramadan è stata ufficializzata dal presidente afghano Ashraf Ghani la scorsa settimana. Negli scontri seguiti all’esplosione di un ordigno piazzato sotto un blindato a Moqor, sono morti anche 10 talebani.

Five Afghan police officers were killed in a coordinated attack by the Taliban movement on a security forces compound in Afghanistan’s southeastern Ghazni province on the first day of the ceasefire between the government forces and the militants declared by the authorities, local media reported. In the early hours of Tuesday, the Taliban members detonated an improvised explosive device placed inside an armored vehicle in the Moqor district, the Khaama Press News Agency reported, citing provincial governor’s spokesman Arif Noori. Apart from the Afghan security officers, 10 Taliban militants were killed in clashes, which began after the blast, the reports added. The nine-day ceasefire, timed to Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday marking the end of the month of Ramadan, was unilaterally declared by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani last week. Taliban responded to the move by declaring a three-day truce starting on Friday.

 

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